What we require

  • We aim to be an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all sections of the community. Every Member of The Independent Living Project is expected to ensure every young person receives a service that values diversity, promotes fairness and challenges discrimination.
  • The main responsibility of staff employed by The Independent Living Project is to provide high quality support to young people in their preparation for independent living and to take a lead role in delivering Independent Living Plans, for the young persons involved, in order to achieve this goal
  • We are looking for motivated caring professionals who take pride in their work and delight in achieving the best possible outcomes for disadvantaged young people.
  • Applicants should wish to pursue a career in social care coupled with a will to develop their practical and theoretical capabilities.

What we offer

  • Competitive salaries with clear staffing structures and career development opportunities.
    Wherever possible all promotions will be from within the Independent Living Project.
  • Training opportunities to promote career development and job capabilities. This is coupled
    with mandatory training as required under current regulations.
  • A structured performance appraisal and supervision system to ensure clear expectations and
    objectives, whilst enabling staff to contribute to the development of the project.
  • Car allowance
  • Company Pension Scheme

What progress, you ask, have I made? I have begun to make a friend of myself. - Hecato, Greek Philospher